|Daddy's little helper.|
|The walls are three different shades of mint green.|
Here are the details. The bed frame is actually one of two in a matching set that I found at a Habitat for Humanity ReStore for $25. We painted them white. I searched for awhile to find the perfect bedding. It has ponies on it. Need I say more? The quilt at the foot of the bed was made by my friend Suzanne at Cece's birth (also featured in her nursery post). It's priceless.
I bought several wooden birdhouses at a craft store and painted them fun colors. The bird decal was a random Ikea find but it's been a big hit. Cece loves talking to her birds. I made the bunting and the cloud mobile that's hanging over her crib originally for her nursery but seems they seem to work ok in her new space as well.
The glider was originally purchased for the nursery but has a cozy new spot here. I found the print hanging over her crib on Etsy. I made the paper garland in one night, it was surprisingly easy and works to cover the large amount of space on that wall. I made the fleece fox blanket for her crib last winter.
Cece's play house was a gift from my brother and sister-in-law. Cece loves it (so does Summit) and it's the perfect little spot for reading books.
And for anyone interested, the specifics:
Bed: second hand from Habitat for Humanity ReStore
Rug: Urban Outfitters
Bookshelf, Ottoman, Picture Frames, Bird Decal, Accent Pillows - Ikea
Glider: Room and Board
Bicycle Print: Etsy
Play house: Pacific Play Tents
Faux Sheepskin: Target
Birdhouses: JoAnn Fabrics (then handpainted)
Bunting, Garland and Mobile: Handmade
Cece's quilt: handmade (fabrics: Birch)
Fleece fox crib blanket: handmade (fabric: JoAnn)
Ottoman cover: Handmade
Animal Earth Print: Art.com
Mr. & Mrs. Fox: Handmade